As usual, I really think I am kidding myself because I’ve definitely posted way more than four posts of my Instagram + iPhone snaps.
This is belated but Happy May everyone! It’s going to be a really taxing month for me because it’s assignments month, and then two exams in June and I’m bound for home. It hasn’t been a long time since I’ve got to Perth, but I can’t wait to eat all the food back in Singapore again. Also, shoooooppp. I realise (to my dismay) that I’ve just transferred my bursting wardrobe problems from Singapore to Perth – and I need to figure out how to bring even more clothes over somehow. HAHAHA I’M SORRY I SOUND LIKE SUCH A VAIN PERSON RIGHT NOW. I promise I’m not as shopaholic as I seem.
Anyway, the following are all my food escapades with the girls so…
The night after Brenda and Deanna handed up their essay, we celebrated with a night out – in true colour coded black.
And very satisfyingly ended it with really good porridge at Uncle Billy’s at Northbridge! They’ve got great Chinese food there with huge portions.
On another Sunday morning, Deanna brought us to a brunch place she found at Gordon Street called Gordon Street Garage!
It’s an amazingly pretty and airy place with the nicest china and old-school looking seats!
Love how the place was so busy and bustling with families, couples, or friends. But because the lighting was pretty sucky that afternoon here are some ~magically filtered~ shots.
We ordered a marinara pizza which was really good! But they promised us more prawns due to the kitchen running out of mussels and I’m pretty sure they lied. 😥
Last Tuesday, we also jumped at the opportunity to attend the first mass gathering for members of Korean Cultural Club because it meant…more food! Woohoo.
Watched an original school production with Taufiq, the first this year, and it was really really good! Props to the UDS!
Unihall screened Fight Club and Amelie in the quad on a huge projector screen as a way to unwind last Friday, and it was really fun to see the hallers sprawled out on couches in the middle of the quad.
Um, porridge again after a disappointing K-pop party at Metro City. Was really great to watch KCDC perform though.
SO GOOD but expensive Malaysian food in the city. :’)
And here’s us today at the start of Live Below The Line, a yearly project where participants have to feed themselves on US$2 a day to better understand the poverty line. For every participant that pledges to live below the line for a week, he/she collects donations and all proceeds go to the cause. We’ll be collecting more footage over the next few days for our video project, so wish us luck!
Here, ending off with more Korean food because ((why do we eat so much Korean food)):
16 Gordon Street
West Perth, W.A
Chinatown, Shop 9, 66 Roe Street Northbridge 6003